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and. the anti government protests as violently dispersed by riot police and a sample after a corruption scandal shakes out. turkey's ruling elite. a federal judge in new york declares the nsa is bulk collection of found out that the lawful directing directly contradicting a court opinion from washington dc at mass surveillance violates the constitution the reporter who broke the edwards noted least lunches out at fellow journalists at the hackers conference in germany for
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giving governments an easy ride and failing to put the spotlight on official wrongdoing. but as more than a hundred and fifty detainees at the commonwealth they prepare to enter another year without charge or due process to bring you our special report fro america's notorious military prison. i am. oh well. rt into knots not want the boss now with me nice knowing. our top story this hour of massive anti government protests has spiraled out of control in central istanbul. the rallies erupted over a top level corruption investigation that forced a major cabinet reshuffle and result in the rest of twenty four people including the sons of two ministers and the head of the state owned bank. prime
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minister eric wanted says the probe is a smear campaign but that housing quell anger with crowds shoing catch the thief and demanng that he step down by pole tr gas or cease our fearh was there. that was just as the wind speed and the grape and wine to the ikea soon as i can and need to maintai the intensity of the night the sam. see ninth of. defense that again the thing that stands between the evidence that the atkins diet diet. at night
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the excitement of. the i mean that the state the wind in the senate the government than sour. and when the band the technique right. i did to be defense. many. it said. while experts have been saying the most recent protests bring back the violent scenes that erupted in turkey this summer over plans to destroy the park. the government was widely criticized by then for excessive use of force the situation that's likely to repeat itself this time around. his journey salt. an associate professor at kilkenny university in ankara
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the fact is that time is his favorite songs on hard core supporters in the lead anything he says has become more torturing of the lustful he has sown here and one can trace them many times most times that progress would be the last elections when they become too great. we stole from celtic in the spring the way that he intends to the selling process is extremely aggressive and confrontational great gifts and these are the characters he's married and given the current justine sudden country. this is going to turn the middle class people you've got to continue breaking into a new reason to protest the performances. and he doesn't seem to understand that it doesn't seem to think that there are just a genuine good will come sometime applause. we'll continue to fall the honor as in turkey stay tuned for the latest developments right here and a line at rt hon. new york federal judge has declared that mass collection of phone got up by the nsa is walsall just over a week after a judge in washington d c ruled that dragnet surveillance
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would likely be proven unconstitutional. the lawsuit brought by the american civil liberties union was dismissed but the rights group is expected to appeal the most to bring a fortnight as teach us. the federal judge in new york and william are poly ruled friday that protections under the fourth amendment do not apply to records held by third parties like phone companies. yes the nsa is indiscriminate and systematic collection and storage of phone records belonging to all americans while that's lawful this decision came down because the aclu was silly to call the nsc will manage data collection program but the federal judge granted the motion filed by the obama administration to you i'd dismissed the challenge him in his ruling judge paul e center yet as seeds one school only works because it collects everything right during his decision he also raise the nine eleven attacks argui that if the nsa is mad at the debt collection program had been in place before september eleventh two thousand won. the hijackers
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may have been caught with the aclu has expressed disappointment and said he plans to appeal that decision two weeks ago federal judge in washington d c said the anc's medicaid program most likely violated the fourth amendment as part of that ruling by judge richard leon ordered that the government to stop collecting data on two plaintiffs who brought the case against the us government sloppily to see if the supreme court does take up the issue of the nsa is i've been very controversial admitted that a program to us president barack obama was asked to identify any specific instance in which i analysis of the nsc full credit data collection actually stopped and then they attack the us president could not identify one instance or at least he did not give one example to the journalists that were asking him to the u s officials have filed for many years. ask americans to
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sacrifice by some of their privacy in the name of security but so far i've known top us official to mention any danger in the danger that's been thwarted through the collection of everyone's personal information. that's online privacy in new ways of protecting data generated unprecedented global interest in the huskers conference that started out of the monte get together. the chaos communication congress is now underway in hamburg in art is peter oliver is. the dumps the most anticipated speech in this year's scales communication conference was the keynote address like journalist and political commentator glenn greenwald he delivers his keynote speech by video phone to dial told the tory initiated the comfort of which he praised ago it snowed in for the work he's done and also called on those governments that have shown indignation that the revelations of how much that citizens are being spied on by america and its allies to do more than to show that indignation that they should do more to help
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the mom who was sacrificed much in order to bring them the truth. now we also do attract. this government accusing them of being likened to that citizens. and speaking about the cracks in the country said that they were complicit in allowing the couple institute of life it was on this program called heart talk and i at one point had made what i bought was the very unremarkable in on the first observation that the reason why we have a free press is because national security officials recently invited the population in order to shield their power and to get their agenda. my answer was when i said that he interrupted me and he said. i just cannot call me that you would suggest that senior official generals in the united states and the british government are actually making false claims to the house . the but this
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cold for this isn't just the pope the speeches that also both workshops in greece but some of the open ice is you are telling us just how with a lethal pics if no link you can help try and protect yourself online with things like encrypted e mail snout to the likes of me do of borderline compute over the tourists can also quite frightening how wet but they still be with just a small amount of knowledge you can make sure that what you want to stay like that. state politics. the two parties that we invite interested people to be done about cryptography socializing noticed since the summer that there's the issue huge hoodies and repairs for those two parties. it's a party where we meet for like two or three hours and people who know how to encrypt the man stopped to chat how to browse anonymously in the internet teach this to other people actually ask people in the camp. why do i why i keep hearing people told us i learnt that we are spied on and i want to protect myself the legal principle waste rules they could try out this is the thirty year that it's
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being run a tele but this year following the revelations from it with snowden it seems that more more people i wanted to find out how the kid who look after their personal information online that been coming here to try and find out how. i will continue to bring you more updates from the conference here on rte up ahead in the program toxic imitations at the teller to see how britain has become an international online hub for selling the legal equivalent of class a drugs that could actually be just as harmful as the regionals. all the decals coming up. and for all of us oligarchy calcutta coffee may be out of prison but some of those who remember how this oil company fought its way to the top. they left plenty of victims along the way we hear from the widow of one of them the eye. to noon the new
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the room. there are once again. i've never had acne. a
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the tarts his nostril lot of problems. as the world prepares to welcome in the new year we're looking back at our coverage of the defining moments of twenty thirteen and bring you a recap of what made them so significant the us president has approved a law like easing the transfer of guantanamo bay detainees to their home countries but in so far cry from actually closing the notorious prison which brock obama has been promising to do for years in the wake of a mass hunger strike that i've gone through most of twenty thirteen arts he went behind the barbed wire of gitmo. transparencies the word repeated by us
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officials working at guantanamo like a monster by those few more comfortable speaking on camera. see the conditions under which the detainee smith knew i'd get to talk to. the people who are responsible for guarding me make it a strange cream as possible. here and thus preferring to remain unidentified. the majority of officials who were permitted to speak to every week we get media. when itself internationally via local media or whatever and are welcomed to me and we tell them what we have any journalist workflow or guantanamo starts with a mandatory introduction to media rules so called operation security briefing for the material that you get the gathering may do that. is it abides by our house the transparencies the word brought up by all the personnel we talked to on the grounds. we as journalists to access to detainees inside our house to be very careful about the shots we found all the backdrops meant the end of each. the videos are viewed and any shots deemed unacceptable are deleted this one will be ok because
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countries are not too controversial. mind you many frowned upon c word like censorship isn't very good program established to come or at home. graham accomplished within the regulations are an old video and audio recordings and even sketches are carefully studied cell phones are banned from camps thus was breathing on facebook or you try that. i even worry about talking about over and you know anything over the phone this the purpose of these ground rules to protect the safety and security of gitmo operations the detainees during a given that the weekend but that thing down. we are warned violations of medium ground rules may result in restricted access denial of future visits and or removal from guantanamo bay. people just don't miss little . and how cool that people forget that does not clean. giving the true picture. i mean the only people who were most locals and get them all
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this costs and the deacons and getting the detainee side of what goes on at gitmo apparently just couldn't be done after an extensive explanation of how exactly we are to film the prisoners the amount of detainee feast time we get a total of one minute and five seconds to a dark glass window. the reason were given at a respect for them and in and not using them is as you know. you know making them some kind of curiosity on film thing like dad with me. we don't want to do that despite every class tonight and film but at least witness more real prisoner like a high ranking guantanamo admiral convinces us that we actually have a lot more access than we think you're seeing what there is good to see. you know given the minute i mean can't hear it in to see it so we are is transferred as possible after one minute glimpse at one tt knew our schedule is in fact all booked up they were taken to the detention camp kitchen
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to witness how well things beyond their losses were not really being allowed to close the detainee is this might be the closest glimpse of their life. we might set up beginning today putting told me that these are the meals that they're offered. on a daily basis. the also taken to the only local radio stations are made up like zombies in the audience military personnel serving at the base. you know it's a long time. my family back to the media. it is. there's enough journalists over there covering that music sports and talk radio your info teammate brains here. so we learn that were not the only ones simply being treated to a show and sissy checking out rt guantanamo bay cuba. us defender carlos want to represent several guantanamo detainee if he says the media coverage this year helped lay the groundwork for releasing
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prisoners. the president promised in the end. in his first election campaign includes guantanamo took the hunger strike for hints as to to wake up on this issue and really turn the light switch on. it began with him complain that congress was prohibiting him from doing any of these transfers. and we work very hard. colleagues in and and people on the right and the left in the united states team to give the president the power to transfer these individuals and he now has one of the concerns i have with my clients and one things that i am sure is that when they are transferred that their transfer to a safe place that they will not be persecuted or prosecuted for it for things that they haven't done art is been keeping track of this year's hunger strike at guantanamo since it began last february it had charging dot com for comprehensive timeline of events at the infamous detention center. also on our website right now from
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anonymous to a song from so many. check out art is top thirteen of the year for wed team is picked out the biggest stories to find or the mainstream media radar drawing twenty thirty. you would normally expect a princess to serve as a police officer especially in a conservative muslim nation but that's just what's happened in the crate find out how her background allegedly helped her get away with torture of a geisha fine arts he got home. we felt rather costing a lot of prison some of those whose lives were crushed by his company back in the nineteen nineties still wear the scars one of them is the widow of an official who was murdered in mysterious circumstances fifteen years ago. our teaser in english to investigate use cocoa. despite the fact hundred kosky has escaped responsibility on those counts. i'm convinced he's behind my husband my wall
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the fourth was shot dead on his way to work. the whole thing is that we are fallen he walked to work and he usually did and was shocked as he died from the last count. in the temple. if you've got a schism rereading probably won't lose one of the most notorious legal sagas of the action the yukos case. from nineteen eighty five the orange on his face the new q khan's in the texas to the city and the region. the combined u s was registered and delinquent tax revenues. he was answering can email me if you guys can redeem him a call from a depended on him and that was the only reason why he even has it. this is her late husband does the mayor of the town. lucas was registered. i was approached by a top managers of the company lucrative offer the state offered to reach an agreement on a cold and
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optimization of taxes. next the production reached about seventy million tonnes of oil easy and they said it was too n tonnes to be more than enough that the present pope refused to strike a deal. moreover he went on hunger strike demanding an investigation into its landing gear collapsed a scheme involved in many regional officials several days later he was found murdered the investigation found his killing was ordered by the co owner of the eucharist. but many don't agree with them pointing. they believe that because merger was in schenectady to chris and the lady tax fraud scheme that cost to himself god. if there was the need to avoid taxes. then there were many other ways it could have been done. the former head of security at the competency of the life sentence for organized the killing because my ensure that the real mastermind has never been held to account. alright that's the only time will solve the mystery surrounding my husband and i can. i just
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like other kosky to confess and today his conscience labels. those who are eighteen. some are international news in brief review in a fit state media space to answer for the ousted president mohamed nor seek to set fire to two university campus building some reports say one ride there have been killed at least five people died in clashes between police and rock throwing protesters a day earlier during friday's on the security forces used water cannon and tear gas to break up the crowds and arrested over two hundred people. government's been cracking down on the muslim brotherhood since july and the movement was declared a organization earlier this week. in southern india on fire on an express train has killed at least twenty three passengers including two children. over sixty people were on board when the blaze engulfed the carriage early on saturdays. believe most of the victims suffocated and officials say the thick smoke i've been hampering rescue
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efforts. because of the fire is still unknown. russ and said that sell stock in the antarctic with an international group of scientists and tourists on board may have to wait until sunday for help. the chinese icebreaker that is expected to rescue it was forced to turn back after being unable to push its way through the kinds of nsl academic sharp surprise he was on a research expedition and got stuck on tuesday after bizarre and powerful winds prevented it from advancing to ice breakers the chinese said in a french vessel before it had been forced to retreat. now all hopes are being pinned on an australian ship which has the best chance of cutting through the eyes of passengers and crew are keeping their spirits high and they have enough supplies are in no danger of sinking. scientists on board are continuing to research despite the setback the addicted man of the euro that's the reputation the uk has earned itself in recent
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years according to a leading social policy think tank other reports suggest one in every twelve bridge between the ages of fifteen and twenty four has tried so called legal highs. that means a total of around six hundred and seventy thousand youngsters. these drugs will land you in jail but as studies show could be i'm a bit as dangerous as their blacklisted equivalents says twenty ten the government has put temporary bans on fifteen such substances. but the substitute drugs are popping up at a faster rate than the regulators can handle parties' poly boycott investigate. that bubble or the magic dragon. they may sound comments that anything bought these a mind altering substances that can mimic the effects of fire trucks not that he will and grace is consuming more authentic than any other country. i know that hundreds of websites the sunday times online. because that is maybe
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that is at least one new photo on the chalk my cake each week. these are the seas on other sites online cause i'm vegan and safer and connect it to be cut to its annual fifty two people die from using psycho active substances last year. seventy nine percent from the year before the senate as a team s hip hop that to tell me about the new its substance the thing bikini and a slight playing. i didn't see the sizes of that dangerous man died when he came probably it was this one isn't an economy like smoke it. mom said that in all things human consumption. yes that puts people buying it online. they know practically had to use it the government's techniques used as being unacceptable said in its response to design a truck stuck in the country. london clubs like this one a fool to the brain every night raven is drinking don saying having fun but the reality is rather
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more savory. he says taking on new forms one addiction psychiatry said topic. a special government funded clinic to deal with the abusive simple cause it rocks. after the clients we have no use. we have nurses we have learned is that teachers who have a group of people do. and we are necessary and would label as crocuses. i'm very much remember the very first day we ate it and thinking well with anybody com you will that be to mom this is a lot the cup with his mates are we being followed it with referrals of the moment the uk is only the worst place in europe as far as legal why experimentation is concerned wheels of the biggest ireland poland the thing is to train in christ can call them and europe. we'll set up one of the western camp opens in europe. you have the worst female drinking coke bottle with your say. it's called the middle isolation
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the truth is that more people to young people in the uk are trying to construct an alcohol in a while. what a bleak and ip london. on our changing the style of the last time for breaking the sack and for viewers in the uk it's george galloway with that i know. to noon. i am. although i'm gone duck on a few times i've never seen the doc dynasty tv show but gosh i heard about the scandal involving one of the stars of the show phil robertson who got suspended for making what many consider anti homeless actual comments in an interview. the slippery scandal is creating a lot of arguments about freedom of speech on social networks many people who believe that roberts and deserve to be booted from the show for what he said argue that freedom of speech means that robertson kept the rest by the government forty said but
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the eighty tv channel has the right to fire pool they like the thing is that if the situation were reversed and robertson was fired for making pro lgbt statements that people who are currently defending he's retired fires they please. what all the bashing the tv show from filing the stars freedom of speech think why the firing it would violate his rights i'm sure some websites that they commit to hear a word the man dubbed boycott a close affinity for ever. very few people actually believe in freedom of speech for all they just believe in freedom of speech for people who agree with them. fascist. i rmb. mann. do. i unknowingly
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